In a world of social media and streaming video, it can be easy to miss the movies and TV shows that are being shown at home.
Now, a company called Afdah Watch Movies is hoping to make it even easier to find and watch pandemic content.
Afdah, the company behind Afdahs Search and Afdha Watch Movies, is offering a free app that allows users to search through trending movies, watch movies from streaming services, and search for pandemic-related hashtags.
The app has been in beta for a few months, and is being tested in the US and UK, but it’s currently only available in the UK.
Afda Watch Movies uses the latest technology to make finding movies easy, said co-founder Sam Karr.
The site is built on Afdawatch, a technology platform that enables users to browse the internet and find specific movies and television shows.
Afdashope, which means “watch,” is an algorithm that makes the movie-watching experience as simple as possible.
Afda Watch Movie shows movies from popular streaming services like Netflix, Hulu Plus, and Amazon Prime Video.
Afddah Watch Movie is also used to find trending hashtags on social media.
“We are trying to be the best search engine for people who want to find content on the internet,” Karr said.
Afadah Watch movies and tv shows are only available on Afdda Watch.
There are a lot of pandemic related hashtags out there, but Afdagah Watch also shows them all.
Afdbah Watch is a better way to find popular content and keep it relevant for the future, said Karr, who is also the founder of the film school and producer of the online movie festival Afdahi Watch Film Festival.
Afddah’s main goal is to help people find movies and content they want to watch, not necessarily the ones they think they will.
“People are just going to search for a certain genre of movie, and it doesn’t matter if the movie is from the 70s, or the 80s, it’s all the same,” Karg said.
“There is no need to dig around the internet to find out about a movie that is currently trending.”
The company has partnered with popular streaming video service Netflix to help users find the pandemic genre movies and show.
Netflix, which has been actively tracking the pandemics, is also testing Afdajashope’s algorithms, helping to make the site even more search-friendly.
Netflix said in a statement that the company has “been working closely with Afdai Watch for a number of years to create the best pandemic news and content for people searching for content to watch or watch on the platform.”
Netflix said it will continue to work with Afda to develop and release its own content.